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Welcome Tracy Harris! New Writer for the Marshall Co. Post

Posted on Wednesday, August 30, 2023 at 6:58 pm

DUANE SHERRILL (Contributor)

Tracy Harris the New Writer of the MCP.

Well-known Lewisburg resident Tracy Harris has been named news writer for the Marshall County Post and will be gather stories and report on events and happenings throughout the coverage area.
Launched last week with its inaugural edition, the Post is part of the Lakeway Publishing group which runs several news organizations in middle Tennessee. The new paper was opened after Lewisburg’s former paper suddenly closed its doors in Lewisburg. They also went dark in neighboring Shelbyville, leading to the establishment of the Bedford County Post. Lakeway has retained the services of many of the former employees and is looking forward to serving the readers in both Marshall and Bedford counties.
“I am excited for the opportunity to work my dream job,” Harris said during the announcement of her position at the Post. “I’m ready to get started. I’m looking forward to informing citizens of what’s going on in Marshall County. This is my home.”
Harris is a recent college graduate, graduating Cum Laude from MTSU in May with a Bachelor’s Degree in Interdisciplinary Media.
“My Associates degree was from Columbia State in Mass Communication,” she said. “I take great pride in my time at Columbia State.”
She has lived in Marshall County since 2007, having first come to the area in 2001. She attended Forrest in Chapel Hill during her school years.
“I raised my three sons in Marshall County,” she said, noting they went to Lewisburg schools.
Harris said she is looking forward to covering schools as well as government in Marshall County and is already involved in attending many public meetings. She is a small business owner and owns Marshall Trading Company which specializes in custom apparel.
“I look forward to helping bring people together in Marshall County by providing an insight into local issues,” she said. “Anyone who has story ideas or would like their event covered should contact me.”
Her email is Until a brick and mortar office is opened in Lewisburg, she can be contacted through the Tullahoma office at 931-455-4545 through Regional Editor Duane Sherrill at extension 331.